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  • interisland plane at SXM interisland plane at SXM

    • From: gmaso
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      Watching the planes, especially the large airliners, at Maho Beach at the end of Princess Juliana International Airport in St. Maarten is fascinating even for non-aviation buffs. The airport is used by international carriers, inter-island lines, and private planes so the variety of planes is unending.  Probably the best place to watch is from the Sunset Beach Bar which caters to those who want to watch. It can store your luggage while you wait, has continual cab service even to the cruise ships on the other side of the island and it's hambuergers and drinks are surprisingly reasonably priced. They even print the arrival times and type of aircraft on a black board and the bar tenders have schedules. Some of the pilots, even on the smaller planes, seem to try to come in particularly low to give the crowd a thrill. Eveyone really wants to see the Air France 747 come in and especially take-off. People, for some reason, like to get sand blasted as the larger planes turn with their tails right at the fence and rev up their engines prior to take-off.  

    • 4 weeks ago
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  • You are forewarned You are forewarned

    • From: gmaso
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      Watching the planes, especially the large airliners, at Maho Beach at the end of Princess Juliana International Airport in St. Maarten is fascinating even for non-aviation buffs. The airport is used by international carriers, inter-island lines, and private planes so the variety of planes is unending.  Probably the best place to watch is from the Sunset Beach Bar which caters to those who want to watch. It can store your luggage while you wait, has continual cab service even to the cruise ships on the other side of the island and it's hambuergers and drinks are surprisingly reasonably priced. They even print the arrival times and type of aircraft on a black board and the bar tenders have schedules. Some of the pilots, even on the smaller planes, seem to try to come in particularly low to give the crowd a thrill. Eveyone really wants to see the Air France 747 come in and especially take-off. People, for some reason, like to get sand blasted as the larger planes turn with their tails right at the fence and rev up their engines prior to take-off.  

    • 4 weeks ago
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  • 757 landing at SXM 757 landing at SXM

    • From: gmaso
    • Description:

      Watching the planes, especially the large airliners, at Maho Beach at the end of Princess Juliana International Airport in St. Maarten is fascinating even for non-aviation buffs. The airport is used by international carriers, inter-island lines, and private planes so the variety of planes is unending.  Probably the best place to watch is from the Sunset Beach Bar which caters to those who want to watch. It can store your luggage while you wait, has continual cab service even to the cruise ships on the other side of the island and it's hambuergers and drinks are surprisingly reasonably priced. They even print the arrival times and type of aircraft on a black board and the bar tenders have schedules. Some of the pilots, even on the smaller planes, seem to try to come in particularly low to give the crowd a thrill. Eveyone really wants to see the Air France 747 come in and especially take-off. People, for some reason, like to get sand blasted as the larger planes turn with their tails right at the fence and rev up their engines prior to take-off.  

    • 4 weeks ago
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  • Airbus 319 at SXM Airbus 319 at SXM

    • From: gmaso
    • Description:

      Watching the planes, especially the large airliners, at Maho Beach at the end of Princess Juliana International Airport in St. Maarten is fascinating even for non-aviation buffs. The airport is used by international carriers, inter-island lines, and private planes so the variety of planes is unending.  Probably the best place to watch is from the Sunset Beach Bar which caters to those who want to watch. It can store your luggage while you wait, has continual cab service even to the cruise ships on the other side of the island and it's hambuergers and drinks are surprisingly reasonably priced. They even print the arrival times and type of aircraft on a black board and the bar tenders have schedules. Some of the pilots, even on the smaller planes, seem to try to come in particularly low to give the crowd a thrill. Eveyone really wants to see the Air France 747 come in and especially take-off. People, for some reason, like to get sand blasted as the larger planes turn with their tails right at the fence and rev up their engines prior to take-off.  

    • 4 weeks ago
    • Views: 64
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  • 757 landing at SXM 757 landing at SXM

    • From: gmaso
    • Description:

      Watching the planes, especially the large airliners, at Maho Beach at the end of Princess Juliana International Airport in St. Maarten is fascinating even for non-aviation buffs. The airport is used by international carriers, inter-island lines, and private planes so the variety of planes is unending.  Probably the best place to watch is from the Sunset Beach Bar which caters to those who want to watch. It can store your luggage while you wait, has continual cab service even to the cruise ships on the other side of the island and it's hambuergers and drinks are surprisingly reasonably priced. They even print the arrival times and type of aircraft on a black board and the bar tenders have schedules. Some of the pilots, even on the smaller planes, seem to try to come in particularly low to give the crowd a thrill. Eveyone really wants to see the Air France 747 come in and especially take-off. People, for some reason, like to get sand blasted as the larger planes turn with their tails right at the fence and rev up their engines prior to take-off.  

    • 4 weeks ago
    • Views: 81
  • Sunset Beach Bar Sunset Beach Bar

    • From: gmaso
    • Description:

      Watching the planes, especially the large airliners, at Maho Beach at the end of Princess Juliana International Airport in St. Maarten is fascinating even for non-aviation buffs. The airport is used by international carriers, inter-island lines, and private planes so the variety of planes is unending.  Probably the best place to watch is from the Sunset Beach Bar which caters to those who want to watch. It can store your luggage while you wait, has continual cab service even to the cruise ships on the other side of the island and it's hambuergers and drinks are surprisingly reasonably priced. They even print the arrival times and type of aircraft on a black board and the bar tenders have schedules. Some of the pilots, even on the smaller planes, seem to try to come in particularly low to give the crowd a thrill. Eveyone really wants to see the Air France 747 come in and especially take-off. People, for some reason, like to get sand blasted as the larger planes turn with their tails right at the fence and rev up their engines prior to take-off.  

    • 4 weeks ago
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  • Passion Fruit Mojito -RumFire Passion Fruit Mojito -RumFire

    • From: gogoddess
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      Happy Hour at RumFire in the Sheraton Waikiki

    • 1 month ago
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  • Victor Emmanuel Monument Victor Emmanuel Monument

    • From: Brettgrane
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      Officially known as the Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II, the enormous white marble monument that dominates Piazza Venezia was built as a tribute to the first king of a united Italy, Victor Emmanuel II.

    • 1 month ago
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  • Perfect Pose Perfect Pose

    • From: Donna Carroll
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      Enjoying the sunset at Fiesta Key, FL with man's best friend. 

    • 2 months ago
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  • Sunrise on the Ganges Sunrise on the Ganges

    • From: rageorge
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      Sunrise on the Ganges River in Varanasi, India.

    • 3 months ago
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  • A moment in time! A moment in time!

    • From: Donna Carroll
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      Beautiful end to a day off the coast in South Africa.

    • 3 months ago
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  • The Charming City of Valencia, The Charming City of Valencia, Spain

    • From: Rocio
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      Although it is not as famous as the big cities Madrid or Barcelona, Valencia doesn’t have anything to envy them. This picturesque city conserves its original charm, especially in the Old neighborhood where its Roman and Arabian influences are highly visible.

      This city situated in the cost of the South East of Spain has the perfect weather during the whole year. One of the best areas to visit is the neighborhood of ‘El Carmen’. There you can find the oldest buildings in the city, such as ‘The Central Market’ is one of the largest markets in Europe which was built between 1914 and 1928.

      Albufera

      Other representative buildings are ‘The Silk Exchange’ and ‘Plaza Redonda’. The first one was originally used for trading silk and it is considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is characteristic of the late Gothic Architecture style, reflecting the ‘Golden Valencian Century’. Plaza Redonda is trading square that was built in 1840.

      In El Carmen, it is possible to find the best places to eat the traditional Paella and to taste the some of the best ‘tapas’ of Valencia. One of the best ways to live the city it is to stay in an apartment in ‘El Carmen’ and become a part of this charming neighborhood. If you are interested in finding a nice apartment in the city center click here.

      The ‘City of Arts and Science’ is an architectural enclave formed by different buildings such as the Science Museum Principe Felipe, the Oceanographic or the Hemispheric where it is possible to enjoy culture in a fun way. This is very recommendable for families with kids.

       

      Another touristic attraction that visitants can’t miss is the Natural park of L’Albufera. This large lagoon contains a huge biodiversity with a large amount of flora and fauna in danger of extinction. I recommend taking a bike from the city center to the pier of the town ‘El Saler’ and then do a boat trip to see the amazing sunset that takes place there. Once there, the town of ‘El palmar’ is a very recommendable visit. 

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    • 3 months ago
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  • Sunset Sunset

    • From: gdcall
    • Description:
      This is a photo of the sun setting at Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach Oregon. Cannon Beach is a must see if traveling to Oregon. The Star Fish are beautiful.
    • 3 months ago
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  • Harvest Harvest

    • From: Kruzer57
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      Harvest time in Central Illinois means long days and short nights.

    • 4 months ago
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  • Head'n Home Head'n Home

    • From: Kruzer57
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      A boat scoots along the cove heading home after the last catch of the day. This is from our deck at our cabin at about the  19 mm off Jefferies Rd at the Lake Of The Ozarks in central Missouri

    • 4 months ago
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  • Mesmerized Mesmerized

    • From: Kruzer57
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      Our son looking through the railing of our cabin deck at the peaceful setting sun over the lake at the Lake Of The Ozarks in central Missouri

    • 4 months ago
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  • Fire In The Sky Fire In The Sky

    • From: Kruzer57
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      The sunset from Coronado Beach (San Diego Harbor) looking over to Cabrillo National Monument on Point Loma. This is just a block down the beach from the famous Hotel Coronado.

    • 4 months ago
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  • Sunset Sunset

    • From: stormygirl
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    • 4 months ago
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  • Reflections Reflections

    • From: Linda Brannen
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      Reflections of an old Boat House, if walls could talk?

       

    • 4 months ago
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  • Sunset Gulf Shores Sunset Gulf Shores

    • From: pappy
    • Description:

      See the silhouette of the oil rig to the left of the sun:)

    • 5 months ago
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